Rifle Team Fires
To League Title
Paced by the marksmanship of All-
America shooter Jesse Reynolds, the UH
varsity rifle team compiled a season record
of ten wins and two seconds, to capture the
Southwest Rifle Association championship.
The Cougar marksmen took the loop title
for the first time, beating Rice, Texas,
Texas A&M, Texas Tech, and Arlington
State in order.
Reynolds became UH's first All-America
marksman, when named to the second
team by The American Rifleman, the Official publication of the National Rifle Association.
Varsity lettermen were Reynolds, James
Fuquay, Fred King, Fred Peeples, and Rus-
Varsity Rifle Team: FRONT ROW, Jim Fuquay, Jesse Reynolds, John Summerford; BACK ROW:
Russel Kachelmeier, Jim Knobles, Larry Christoph, Sergeant William Saunders (coach), Kenneth
Bowen, Mike Murphy, Robert Wilson.
Soccer Club Proves Competitive in First Season
Athletics at UH gained a new dimension this
year with the introduction of the Soccer Club.
The club, composed mainly erf International students, proved able competition in the Houston
Soccer League, compiling a season record of four
wins and nine losses to stand third in an eight team
In collegiate matches the team broke even, losing twice to Texas, once to the Aggies, and defeating A&M, TCU, and Allen Academy to place
third in the Southwest Soccer tournament.
Soccer Club members: FRONT ROW: Mike Solous, Luis DeLlano, Alvaro Beltran, Oscar Mazzei; BACK ROW: Manager Peter O'Connor, Rolando
Espinosa, Captain Saul Datzer, Roger Lorenzo, Mete Ergene, Sam Tarlo, Alvaro Hernandez, Alex Lebreija.